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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-26-2001, 09:17 AM Thread Starter
 
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HELP: welder black box thingy

I went to a site once that had a welder mod using a Ford Alternator and a little black box with two outlets, a switch, a light, and about nine wires coming out of it. I know that at least one of you has done the mod. My problem is, I got the alternator given to me, and I picked up the little black box thingy at a yard sale(still in package) for $2, but it has NO wiring diagram! The box is marked with a row of numbers where the wires come out. If someone could tell me which wire number does what, it would be GREATLY appriciated.

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

Come on people, sombodies just gotta know. I'm desperate for some help, whether it be the website i'd found or a wiring diagram.

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

Shawn,I have been trying for years to get the info you are looking for-no luck.If you have a name on the box,use your search engine to find manufacturer and contact them.Hope it works,RR

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

hey man, do a search on here. it was covered a while back. think it came from the pirate 4x4 list originally. on board welder, $200 onboard welder. dont remember exact topic header, but it was covered on here a while back.
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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

GO to http://www.pirate4x4.com.It has the write up on the conversion.

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

here you go take you right too it http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/on-boardwelder/index.html ive got the alt to do these excp im simplifing mine a little

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

all the box does is bypass the regulator and reconect it so that it can be used as 12 or 120 volt out put I have a web page saved but I dont know if the web page still exists the file came thru but I cant seem to attach all the files with the pix I can be contacted for the missing files the diagrams at [email protected] please put in the subject line alternator

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Re: HELP: welder black box thingy

try these if you are only using it for welding 110v
output
http://www.huv.com/jon/jeep/Welder/on-board-welder.html

http://www.geocities.com/damonfg/obweld.html




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